Tactical Combat Casualty Care Certification | CLS | TECC – NAEMT

 

“This Tactical medicine course is by far the best I have seen in my 15 years of service in the SEAL teams. The final exercise is as realistic and stressful as I’ve seen in a training environment. They not only hit the wickets for the cert but also provide some unparalleled realistic training scenarios utilizing Hollywood makeup artists and the most knowledgeable instructors in the business”

Josh K
SEAL Medic/18D

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UPCOMING COURSES

High Risk First Responder/Protective Medical Program

This course includes 3 medical certifications, Emergency Medical Response, Basic Life Support, Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

Tactical Combat Casualty Care – Military/Medical Provider

Ideal for Military Special Operations, Medics, and Overseas Contract Personnel 

Tactical Combat Casualty Care-Combat Life Saver

This is the newest NAEMT program that replaces All Personnel version of TCCC and is designed for non-medical personnel operating in conflict zones

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care – TECC

TECC is the civilian first responders, security personnel and public safety that may find themselves in mass casualty or elevated threat or tactical scenario

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  • SECFOR has been an approved NAEMT training site since 2012
  • All courses are approved by American College of Surgeons
  • Continuing education credits available to medical providers
  • Our basic course is considered “advanced” by other organizations
  • Current & former Special Operation medics as instructors
  • SECFOR is an authorized American Red Cross Training Provider

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4-day TCCC Certificate Course-Military/Medical Provider | $1450*

*$1250 for Active Military/LE/EMS

This certificate course is unlike any medical training you have attended. We will teach you what you will not learn in EMT, Paramedic, Emergency first responder courses, or other TCCC programs. This course will prepare students to deal with live-threatening emergencies with very little gear with an extreme hand-on training experience. The course includes tissue labs, ballistic labs, and culminates in a mass casualty incident with patients made up by Hollywood special effects moulage artists in a smoke filled multi-storied building. 

What makes SECFOR’s 4-day TCCC course so different…?

If the organization providing you with a tactical medic certificate of any kind is not willing to invest in tissue labs, ballistic labs, professional moulage scenarios, multi-storied facilities that can be filled with audio, smoke, and other effects….look for another training provider.

Tissue Labs include:

  • Wound packing
  • Hemostatic agents
  • Needle decompression
  • Cricothyrotomy
  • Finger Thoracostomy
  • Chest tubes (for medics)
  • Intraosseous infusion (IO)
  • Intravenous Fluid Delivery (IV)
  • Ballistic labs 
  • Necropsy

This 4-day Tactical Casualty Care program is fully accredited and provides continuing education credits to all EMTs and up. Graduates will receive a certificate of completion and wallet card from the National Association of Emergency medical Technicians (NAEMT)

THE BASICS 

Prerequisites: This course is ideal for medical providers (EMT to MDs) If you are not a medical provider you should have a need for the enhanced knowledge and training the 4-day course provides. IE Remote Law Enforcement, Park Rangers, High Risk Environment Security Personnel, or you may be looking to get into the medical field. 

Location: Vista, California  USA

Length of course: 4 Days (8:30am – 6:30pm daily)

Cost: $1450 ($1250 for Mil/LE/EMS)

Upcoming Dates: Schedule TBD. Our late 2020 and 2021 schedule will be out soon!

Lodging: Upon sign-up we will send you the hotel options close to the training site. If you do not have a vehicle, we will pick you up daily.

Gear Required: None. You may bring your current trauma kit for evaluation

Clothing: Casual (Bring a change of throw-away clothing for day 4)

“I am a 12 year Paramedic, SWAT Medic and WPS1/WPS2 PSS Paramedic…I took this course years ago and to this day it is the best tactical combat casualty program I have ever been to”

Brian D
Department of State WPS/PSS Paramedic

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Students above resorting to back-up tourniquets during mass casualty final scenario testing. During a mass casualty incident, it is likely that resources will be quickly depleted, and non CoTCCC approved or improvised tourniquets may be the only hemorrhage control devices available. Students will learn all popular first responder equipment just in case their gear is quickly used up in during an emergency situation. 

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2-day TECC | $450* | San Diego, Arizona, Oregon, Virginia, International

*$250 for re-certifying SECFOR TCCC/TECC students

This 2-day certificate course is ideal for non-medical providers, security, protection personnel & public safety. We packaged this course in a 2-day format. Just as in the 4-day course above, will concentrate on the basics:

  • Rapid Patient Assessment
  • Trauma care approach to Active Shooters
  • Professional wound moulage and special effects
  • Mass Casualty trauma care
  • Effectively stopping massive bleeding
  • Gunshot wound characteristics and treatment
  • Hemostatic Agents (Combat Gauze, Celox)
  • Use of Tourniquets (CAT, SOF-T, Other CoTCCC approved tourniquets)
  • Proper direct pressure
  • Compression bandages (Commercial & improvised)
  • Tactical Priorities – When to treat, when to escape, when to fight
  • Airway Management & emergency airways
  • Chest Seals (What works, what doesn’t straight from the field)
  • Self care
  • Trauma Kit development
  • Different phases of care (And what the non-experienced TCCC instructors are not telling you)
  • Case Studies, once again, right from the experience of our staff
  • Blast injuries
  • Casualty Collection Points
  • Incident Management, Leadership and Decision making
  • Medical Evacuation considerations
  • Demonstration and skills practice
  • TCCC Phases of Care
  • Private and Group Training available

CONTACT US and let us know how we can help

 

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